Zander, a great presenter, was very energetic on the stage that retained the audience’s attention. In his presentation, he usually includes body gestures such as hand gestures and nodding head, etc. several times, Zander walked into the audience and engaged with them. He also mentioned that only 3 percent of the population are classical music lover’s. So, his dynamic presentation style worked well enough to keep people’s attention to a topic that they may not be interested in.
The biggest impact on the audience is probably the makeup and face paint. The makeup is thick and is there to help the characters express what they represented and help the actors play the full role of the character and what that character represents. A few features that are traditional are: red stripes around the characters cheeks and also around their eyes to represent that they are youthful and powerful and along with that they also out indigo blue to represent a flaw or negative attribute to the character or the actor. The main reason such makeup is used is because in most plays or theater performances, actions and words are used to get the audience 's attention and to keep the audience involved and entertained, well in Kabuki, makeup is what does that. Makeup shows the emotions and the actions are a byproduct of the physical attraction.
I chose orchestra as my educational activity because it gives you the ability to show off and gain important skills, benefits your body, and teaches you valuable lessons about teamwork. One reason I chose to join orchestra because, it teaches you useful skills,and every so often, tests you on those skills, which can help you in the long run. For example, in an orchestra learn to do things many people can’t. You learn all different types of important skills like how to read sheet music, how to multitask, gain impressive hand-eye coordination, and how to cooperate with people. Most people presumably wouldn’t care for reading sheet music, but multitasking is a genuine skill people search for in the real world.
The film is amazing and is sure to get an audience hooked with constant changes happening throughout. One of the most powerful scenes throughout the film is when Atticus exits the courtroom and every person on the upper floor stands up as he passes. It shows that they have the utmost respect for him as he is trying to change how black people are treated. Overall, this scene delivers a very powerful message to the audience. Although there are many amazing and powerful moments throughout the film, there are also many shortcomings.
Throughout the production of Smart People, all characters possess specific qualities in order to communicate their message to the audience. Ginny is drawn to be an unbearable character in which she is very competent and greedy. Her style of character is shown through her ensemble and body language when on stage with other characters. An example is when Ginny and Brain meet for the first time. Ginny
He enjoys being on stage, creating multitudinous spectacular performances, and, the most important, devotes his whole life to the art in general and to Kabuki in particular. This essay is going to explore what makes Bando Tamasaburo V. A Kabuki actor An Onnagata, a male kabuki actor specializing the roles of woman is the major reason that people acknowledge him. Becoming a Kabuki actor, to Tamasaburo, it could be known as a destiny. He was not being born in a performing family, however, due to many reasons, objectively or subjectively, he has become a Kabuki actor, a very talented Kabuki actor.
B. The idea to overcome love and get through obstacles was genius trying to keep lovers was very moving for everybody for people who have watched it. C. So many people know how the play ends and begins, but people still watch it for the suspense of the action and of the story people just love seeing it over and over again.
Through their costume, a dancer is able to display their personality on stage. Over the decades, the costumes have gone from handmade velvet dresses to machine embroidered and crystal covered masterpieces. These have fueled my passion for sewing and art. I love the feeling of excitement that comes through finally performing after hours of practice and the satisfaction of seeing my visions come to life on a page. I want to be able to make these costumes, and in turn, I am taking sewing classes, have worked with a local seamstress, and understand what is required to be
What is Cheerleading? Many may think it’s a sport that you dress up, apply makeup, slick your hair with a bow, and simply put on a smile, and yell as loud as you can to keep the crowd pumped. Cheerleading includes all those easy and pretty factors, but it is also a sport that you stunt, tumble, and jump. Jumps and tumbling may seem really easy to many people, but there’s more work done than most might think is possible. Stunting is also a major element in cheer, and that’s what really pleases the crowd, but stunting takes tons of work.
On March 16 I saw The Wedding Singer at Lawrenceville High School. Overall the Performing Arts Department did a good job with the resources they were given. The students were able to bring the characters of 70’s adults to the stage for most of the time and the costumes helped project those characters even more. Sadly the singing was only semi-decent and after intermission the amount of energy on stage went downhill fast and by the final celebratory number it was clear the majority of the actors were simply reciting lyrics and doing dance moves instead of enjoying what they were doing.
Samantha (Sami) Weathersby Personal Statement The arts have surrounded my life and family since I took my first breath. I experienced music, dance, storytelling, theatre, and visual arts immersion constantly, from the piano in our living room, to Mozart cassette tapes in the car, to pre-school church choirs. Early in life, I found that singing and dancing gave me a sense of pure joy and fulfillment distinctly unlike anything else. It provided freedom and catharsis and helped me escape real life.
The concert was held in an exceedingly luxurious environment which put everyone in the audience in a jubilant mood. The audience would tap their feet along to the catchy rhythm, then would cheer with an electrifying applause after each piece was performed. The band continued to draw the crowd’s attention by having every musician on the stage play their own solo in each song. When Byron Stripling and the Jazz St. Louis Big Band performed the last piece in their set of the night they ended it with every musician on stage shouting “Clark Terry” to end the exquisite
As an actress and stagehand for the New York Civic Theatre, I am committed to a career in the entertainment business. Over the past twelve years, I have worked on every aspect of set design and production, mastering the endless technical challenges that live theatre presents. Consequently, I am equally comfortable constructing sets, sewing costumes, stringing lights and running lines with famous actors. Even after all these years, I have not lost my passion for the business. I still get goose bumps on opening night when I watch the combined energy of the production company come together for the first time in front of a live audience.
I enjoyed their facial expressions and the way they shared the stage. These actors were a triple threat, they could all sing, dance, and had great acting skills. It was too much talent in one setting. The actors used the forth wall method and talked to the audience through-out the play and that’s always my favorite part. Although Roxie was the star of the show, my favorite character was Velma.
As an ensemble, we were all part of the set building of Rent, which took place prior to show-week. It was vital that as a team, we all contributed to the process as I feel as though this enabled us to truly appreciate the time and effort that goes into creating an incredible set. Additionally, Rent is all things bohemian and I truly believe that we captured this through the towers, bridge, ladders and added set which we incorporated to the build. As a cast, it was an amazing experience to be able to share my director Pauls vision, after 7 weeks of rehearsal in classrooms. I found that being in the space created “the canvas on which the technical elements give the play mood, color, feeling, texture, environment and movement” (Fazio, 2000, pg. 14).